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Champions Galway enjoyed a strong start in defence of their All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship crown last weekend.
Galway's Daithi Burke is the only player in doubt for the start of this year's hurling championship action.
A successful competitive season honed to date, Southern Gaels will aspire to achieve further underage hurling success should the club’s U15 league campaign be completed upon the easing of Covid-19 restrictions.
Salthill-Knocknacarra camogie team made history at the weekend, winning the Junior A county final on Sunday.
We know now seven of the eight sides who will contest the quarter-finals of the Mayo GAA senior football champions with Ballina Stephenites, Ballintubber and Westport through as group winners, with either The Neale or Ballaghaderreen (who are already through - just not confirmed as group winners) joining them on the top half of today’s draw.
Cul Aitinn is a prestigious development of just 28 homes just off the Clybaun Road, close to the Clybaun Hotel and NRG gym, Joyce’s supermarket, and Tom Sheridan’s Bar and Restaurant, 1.5 miles from Salthill and only 2.5 miles west of Galway city centre.
There was acute disappointment for hurling fans around the county when news filtered through on Tuesday evening that current outdoor gathering restrictions would be maintained for another three weeks at least, meaning the senior championship will have reached the knock-out stages before larger crowd numbers can even be contemplated.
Galway hurling swung into action this week, and one former county player delighted the club game is taking precedence is Portumna's Damien Hayes.
Competitive adult team sport thankfully returns to Galway for the first time since lockdown began as the revamped Brooks Group sponsored senior and intermediate hurling championships gets up and running with 19 games to be played over the weekend.
As social distancing will remain in place for some time, extending the Coca Cola bike scheme is "vital", given that, as restrictions are lifted, people will need alternative means to "get around and get back to work".